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New ambulance to the rescue of wildlife in E. Sussex

3rd March 2002

We are delighted to have been able to support the work of Trevor Weeks of the Wildlife Rescue Ambulance Service (WRAS) by providing funding towards the ambulance. WRAS provides an excellent emergency rescue service. It is called upon regularly to rescue swans, foxes, badgers, birds, reptiles and... read more »

A step in the right direction

2nd March 2002

We are delighted to learn that the government are finally promising to end the cruelty of fur farming in the UK by introducing a Bill to ban all fur farms in the UK. Although the date for the second reading of the bill has still to be announced. For those of you who follow fashion you will no doubt... read more »

IAR and Nature Trust venture

12th February 2002

Following a meeting with the Parliamentary Secretary for the Environment, Minister Dr George Pullicino met with all the environmental groups in Malta to discuss the problems that the local environment is facing. On advice from the Minister, IAR and Nature Trust joined forces to set up the Voluntary... read more »

IAR on worldwide television

1st February 2002

About two years ago we were approached by United Productions who were looking for ideas for a new series of animal welfare programmes for Channel 5 in the UK. After prolonged negotiations the filming finally started during November 1999. The film crew consisting of four, director, producer, sound... read more »

RSPCA International remove affiliation of the MSPCA

23rd January 2002

Following our recommendations the RSPCA International section have removed the affiliation of the MSPCA. International Animal Rescue (IAR) visited Mauritius in April 1999 as guests of the Government to assess the trapping and killing of Stray dogs on the Island. IAR submitted a report which... read more »

The fight against illegal bird shooting

18th September 2001

There are two things that you can be sure of when you visit Malta. The first is the sun and the second is the sound of gunfire.Malta has been fighting a war for generations, a war on the birds that fly over this small island at the eastern end of the Mediterranean. Since birds evolved they have... read more »

Lessons learned in the USA

28th June 2001

By Dr Astrid G. Almeida, BVSc, AH, MVSc (Surg), Veterinary Director, Goa Dr Astrid G. Almeida of Animal Tracks, Goa, went on a veterinary training trip to the USA. This was sponsored by IAR and organised by Dr Jeff Young - here she describes her experience. I arrived in Denver on 17 July 2001 to... read more »


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